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Monday, 1 August 2011
Announcing Event Flavours of South India.
Having completed our stay in the vibrant state of Rajasthan during our Flavours of Rajasthan Cuisine, we are packed and on our travels to tantalise our taste buds with Flavours of South India.
South Indian cuisine is made up from four different states of South India ; Andra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Naidu. The food is famous for its various spices and also spicy foods. Some of the chief varieties of spices produced here include cardamom, pepper, cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg. Of course we can't forget the many varieties of Dosas ,Vadas , the Uttappam and of course the tasty Sambhars.The variety of recipes are too numerous to mention , each and every dish is a culunary delight so this visit is going to be a real treat for our palates.
The South India is equally famous for the availability of coconut, a wide variety of fishes and root tubers. The south Indian food is mainly rice, which is served with a combination of Sambhar or curry.
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We have travelled far and wide through India and on our journey we have sampled rich, flavoursome, vibrant , spicy and a fantastic array of regional cuisines. This visit to South India will conclude our Flavours of Series 1. Please Watch out for "Flavours of" series 2 coming soon where we will journey through Asia.
Lets get cooking .Looking forward to your participation.
A food fanatic with a passion for creating , cooking and sharing mouth watering recipes to tickle and tantalise your taste buds. A "homecook" without culinary school training striving to make my dishes feel complete without being complicated.